Older at Night
by Brian Foley




A nearby mill wheel turning over.
Its night and there
Are wild tenements within you.

It could be a photograph
We both live in.
One with hanging laundry lines
And the plague.







Brian Foley has poems forthcoming in Front Porch, Sixth Finch, LIT, The Raleigh Quarterly, Strange Machine, Puerto Del Sol, Keyhole and Anti. He's the author of a chapbook The Tornado is not a Surrealist (Greying Ghost Press, 2008). He edits the online schism, SIR! (http://www.sir-magazine.org), is poetry editor of Brave Men Press (http://www.bravemenpress.com), and runs The Deep Moat Reading Series (http://www.thedeepmoatreadingseries.blogspot.com) in Cambridge, MA. He lives in Boston and plans to attend UMass Amherst for an MFA in the fall of 2009.



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